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How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 11:59am On Mar 11
Hello everyone, my name is Ikechukwu but you can just call me iyk for short. I am an entrepreneur, I import goods and services from different countries such as Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, USA, UK, Germany, China, Hong Kong, India, Canada etc.
Within the last few years I have written some free importation guides, please read my Vietnam Importation Guide here: https://iykbethanygistville.com/2017/10/20/free-importation-guide-how-to-import-goods-from-vietnam-to-africa-clothes-shoes-tiles-eye-lashes-etc/

This article is for Nigerians or any African business man/woman that want to travel to Turkey to import goods they want to resell in Nigeria or Africa.

WHERE IS TURKEY LOCATED? Turkey is a transcontinental country, having parts of it in Europe and Asia.
Let Me Make It More Clearer: By land mass, Turkey is positioned 95% in Asia and 5% in Europe. On The Asian side, it is bordered by: Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Armenia. On the European side Turkey is bordered by Greece, Georgia and Bulgaria. I think Turkey is the only country in the world that is located in two continents as explained above. Turkey manufactures lots of QUALITY goods for the European market.

Is Nigeria richer than Turkey? NO, Turkey is a developed country with a GDP per capita of $26,900, while Nigeria is underdeveloped country with GDP per capita of $5,900.

IS TURKEY DEVELOPED: Yes Turkey is a very beautiful country and they are at par with top European countries in terms of infrastructure.

ARE THERE NIGERIANS IN TURKEY? Yes there are Nigerians in every part of the world including Turkey. I think Nigerians, Indians, Chinese and Philipino people are the most traveled people on earth. There is no country I visited that I didn't meet citizens of these countries. The first time i visited Cambodia i wasn't expecting to see Nigerian there. I was in Vietnam to shop for shoes and clothes, got everything i wanted in Vietnam within 3 weeks so I decided to spend the remaining 6 days to see what Cambodia looks like since it is just 30 minutes by air. Omo the moment i landed in Phnom Penh i saw dozens of Nigerians in every street shop/bar in Cambodia. What really surprised me was that most of the bars and lounges were playing Nigerian music only. But anyways this article is about Turkey.

ARE THERE JOBS FOR NIGERIANS IN TURKEY? There is no high paying jobs for Nigerians and black Africans in Turkey. Most Nigerians in Turkey are self-employed. The only available job is to work as a sales boy/girl in a shop/boutique and the salary is about $100 or $200 monthly which is not enough to pay your bills so if you are planning to travel to Turkey for high paying jobs i will advise you to think twice unless you want to join the thousands of jobless/frustrated Nigerians in Turkey. Many Africans are scammed and promised high paying jobs in Turkey. Few months ago I met a Ghanaian lady in Istanbul, her name is Akos (Not Her Real Name for security). Akos owned a beauty salon in Accra but wanted to travel to Germany. When her German visa was refused her girlfriend in Turkey told her to come to Turkey because there are high paying jobs all over Turkey and that the salary was 2,000 euro monthly. Well Akos raised money and joined her friend in Turkey. But when she got to Turkey she realized that her friend lied to her, there were no such jobs in Turkey and she was doing prostitution. At first Akos didn't want to sell her body for money, so she decided to do menial jobs, the only jobs she could get was shop attendant, even to get those small jobs the Turkish bosses had to sleep with you, most times in your anus, yeah coz they have no regard for the blacks. This is simlar story for many black girls in Turkey. As a part time blogger I usually interview some of the black girls in Turkey each time I visit. From my estimation, 80% of black African girls in Turkey are doing prostitution. So if you are a 9ja girl/boy and someone is telling you to migrate to Turkey for high paying jobs just know that the person is a terrible liar. I have even stopped advising Nigerians because they won't listen, most times they will question why you wanna stop them from traveling.

VISA REQUIREMENTS: Nigerian passport holders need visa to enter Turkey. But as a Nigerian, if you have visa or passport of the following countries then you do not need visa to enter Turkey, you get visa on arrival in Turkey. The countries are UK, USA, Australia and Western European countries.

HOW TO GET TURKISH VISA IN NIGERIA: THE ADDRESS OF TURKISH EMBASSY IN NIGERIA is: 5, Amazon Street, (Minister’s Hill), Maitama, Abuja. Phone: +2348036848981 Fax: (09)4139457

TYPES OF TURKISH VISA: Tourist Visa, Student Visa or Business Visa.
Turkey Visa Requirements

Valid Nigerian Passport (with validity of more than 90 days)
A Duly filled visa application form
Your Passport photos
Your visa supporting documents.
Your recent bank statements to proof your financial capacity
Proof of health insurance
Visa processing fee (varies depending on the type of visa you wanna apply).

HOW MUCH IS THE TURKISH VISA FEE?
Turkey Visa Type Visa Fee
Turkey Tourist Visa 100 USD
Turkey Student Visa 80 USD
Turkey Business Visa 120 USD
Turkey Transit Visa 20 USD
From the above types of visa you will easily identify which type of visa that applies to you and the appropriate fees to be paid.

WHICH AIRLINES FLY TO TURKEY? All of the world's major airlines fly to Turkey such as Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Qantas, Qatar, Ethiopian, British Airways, Air France, KLM, VIRGIN, Lufthansa etc. Most times I fly either Turkish Airways or Emirates.
Turkish Airlines fly direct to Istanbul from either Lagos Airport, Abuja Airport or Port Harcourt International Airport. EMIRATES is fine but they go to Dubai first before connecting to Istanbul using another aircraft. So I will advise that you use Turkish Airlines because they fly direct from Nigeria to Turkey and their baggage allowance is second to none, plus their airplanes are relatively new.

TRAVEL TIME: From Nigeria to Turkey by air using Turkish Airlines is 6:20 hours.

WHERE TO STAY IN TURKEY: It depends on what brought you to Turkey. If you are going to Turkey for Tourism, these are the best cities for Tourism in Turkey:

Kabak Bay. ...
Butterfly Valley. ...
Patara. ...
Princes' Island. ...
Cappadocia. ...
Hagia Sophia Museum. ...
Mount Nemrut. ...
The City Of Ephesus....


FOR TOURISTS, THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST RATED HOTELS IN TURKEY WITH THEIR PRICES IN NAIRA, PER NIGHT:
Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet: 350,000 NAIRA
Delphin Imperial Hotel Lara: 105,000 NAIRA
White House Hotel Istanbul: NGN 62,000
Raffles Istanbul: 140,000 NAIRA
Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet: 160,000 NAIRA
Hotel Sultania: NGN 60,341
Swissotel The Bosphorus, Istanbul: NGN 79,141
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa - Istanbul Tuzla: NGN 30,042
Hotel Amira Istanbul: 60,000 NAIRA
Rixos Pera Istanbul: 58,000 NAIRA
The Marmara Taksim; 45,000 NAIRA
Pera Palace Hotel: 75,000 NAIRA
Hampton By Hilton Istanbul Kayasehir; 28,000 NAIRA
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul Topkapi; 22,000 NAIRA
Sura Hagia Sophia Hotel: 65,000 NAIRA
Elite World Hotel $55,000

No matter which Turkish city you have chosen for Tourism, please DO NOT forget Marmaris in Muğla Province and thank me later. In Marmaris please stay at Grand Yatci Marmaris Palace or Grand Yatci Club Turban and please get the ALL INCLUSIVE DEAL which includes airfare, accommodation, food, drinks, wine etc. I have stayed in both hotels with my family and we love it.

FOR BUSINESS: If you are traveling to Turkey for business, then Istanbul is the answer. and in Istanbul, Osmanbey, Laleli and Merter is where you will find all kinds of wholesale fashion such as ladies and gents shoes, bags, belts, sneakers, suits, football boots.

FOR FURNITURE: Masko is where you will find all kinds of WORLD CLASS furniture from $3,000 set to $100,000 per set. People come to Masko from all parts of the world to shop for Highest Quality Turkish Furniture. Here is a youtube video of some of the sofas we recently imported from Turkey.

AFRICAN FOODS: Aksaray is where you find Nigerian and African restaurants. There are other cities to eat 9ja food but i prefer Aksaray.

CARGO/SHIPPING COMPANIES: Aksaray is where most Nigeria/Africa cargo companies are located.

There are different kinds of hotels all over Turkey ranging from cheap, budget and classy/expensive hotels.
THESE ARE SOME OF THE CHEAPEST HOSTELS IN ISTANBUL, they are all $10 per night:
Taxim Hostel - Adults Only
Windrose Hostel
Levanten Hostel
Bella Vista Hostel
Erciyes Hotel
Avrasya Hostel
Stay Inn Taksim Hostel

I am sure you know the difference between a hotel and a hostel? You will share toilet & bath with other people. SO for your own comfort, security and privacy, it is better to stay in $50 per night hotels such as Prins Hotel etc.

WHAT TO IMPORT FROM TURKEY TO NIGERIA/AFRICA? Turkey manufactures all kinds of quality goods. There are lots of top quality goods to choose from but these are some of the most popular goods i procure for people: Furniture for home, hotel or office, Security/Steel Doors, Bullet Proof Doors, POP Cement, 3D Wall Papers, 3D Wall Panels, Curtains, Bedsheets, Baby Wipes, Diapers, Household Items, Tiles, Rugs, Carpets, Shisha, Rechargeable Fans, Water Pumping Machines, Air Condition Unit, anything fashion, ladies and gents clothes, shoes or accessories. People even order little things such as blue eyes which Turkish people wear as a fashion accessory but many Nigerian girls believe that wearing blue eyes attracts good luck and rich men.


HOW MAY I HELP YOU?
1. I am open for contracts and partnerships.
2. I can connect you to manufacturers and or wholesalers in Turkey.
3. I can source or procure any goods or services from Turkey for you or your company
4. If you buy the goods by yourself, I can help you with logistics, I can ship your goods from Turkey to Nigeria @ 4 dollars per kilo. I also ship to Ghana, Cameroon, Gambia, Ethiopia and Kenya.

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 12:00pm On Mar 11
Goods ready for export
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 12:02pm On Mar 11
I am not a visa agent and so I will not reply anyone coming to me for visa. I have tried to list the requirements and process here but if you need more info kindly contact the embassy
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 12:03pm On Mar 11
Some wholesale goods for people within Port Harcourt and Owerri axis
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by googi: 1:39pm On Mar 11
Where do you get the money to buy in Turkey?

You cannot open your own factory in Nigeria and export to Turkey?

Better still, buy Aba and Okrika made and export it to Turkey.
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 3:48pm On Mar 11
googi:
Where do you get the money to buy in Turkey?

You cannot open your own factory in Nigeria and export to Turkey?

Better still, buy Aba and Okrika made and export it to Turkey.

Must you comment on every topic even when you don't have anything reasonable to say? Why not start a steel door factory in Nigeria? Why not lead by example? Since you think its possible to export used clothes to Turkey why not show us the way abi you nor be human being?
One of my future plans is to have a steel door factory in Nigeria by 2023 but that depends on many factors. I have a printing company and i know how much we spend on diesel monthly, then just imagine running a steel door factory?

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:26pm On Mar 11
For those that want to know what the city looks like, this is small video I took during my last visit in Istanbul:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vX_Lrqm6Cig
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:27pm On Mar 11
Here is video of me in Masko shopping for furniture for our numerous clients:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGvEAKhRwjs
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:28pm On Mar 11
Here is me buying Designer BAGS for customers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ncjDfsfJYk
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:29pm On Mar 11
Video of Me buying Shoes for clients:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-I_GKtgQdI
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:29pm On Mar 11
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:29pm On Mar 11
Me buying Shisha for a customer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cer0ZBzw9Fc
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:31pm On Mar 11
For those that want to know what the hotels look like, I stayed at Elite World Hotel Istanbul during my last visit, its a new, clean, classy 5 star hotel but yet affordable, this video will guide you:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KFKeQjwTZw

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by googi: 3:08am On Mar 12
iykbethany:


Must you comment on every topic even when you don't have anything reasonable to say? Why not start a steel door factory in Nigeria? Why not lead by example? Since you think its possible to export[b] used clothes[/b] to Turkey why not show us the way abi you nor be human being?
One of my future plans is to have a steel door factory in Nigeria by 2023 but that depends on many factors. I have a printing company and i know how much we spend on diesel monthly, then just imagine running a steel door factory?

How do you know I comment on every topic? Have you been trolling me?

You don't know me and what I do or did. I did not even know you deal in used clothes.

BTW, steel doors are made in Nigeria because my engineer gave me a choice between local and import some years ago.

I do not know where you are located but there are some fine furniture in Nigeria.

Please broda, patronize made in Nigeria. Do not waste precious hard currency. This is what brought Nigeria down.

Biko.
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by babakb: 1:22pm On Mar 12
I don't want to hear anything importation, importers are still living in the past, I rather export agricultural products and earn foreign currency.

Nigerians are not serious, we are not ready to make real and lasting money.

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by Kingdeen1(m): 9:21am On Mar 16
How can you post all this article without your whatsap number ���
iykbethany:
Hello everyone, my name is Ikechukwu but you can just call me iyk for short. I am an entrepreneur, I import goods and services from different countries such as Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, USA, UK, Germany, China, Hong Kong, India, Canada etc.
Within the last few years I have written some free importation guides, please read my Vietnam Importation Guide here: https://iykbethanygistville.com/2017/10/20/free-importation-guide-how-to-import-goods-from-vietnam-to-africa-clothes-shoes-tiles-eye-lashes-etc/

This article is for Nigerians or any African business man/woman that want to travel to Turkey to import goods they want to resell in Nigeria or Africa.

WHERE IS TURKEY LOCATED? Turkey is a transcontinental country, having parts of it in Europe and Asia.
Let Me Make It More Clearer: By land mass, Turkey is positioned 95% in Asia and 5% in Europe. On The Asian side, it is bordered by: Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Armenia. On the European side Turkey is bordered by Greece, Georgia and Bulgaria. I think Turkey is the only country in the world that is located in two continents as explained above. Turkey manufactures lots of QUALITY goods for the European market.

Is Nigeria richer than Turkey? NO, Turkey is a developed country with a GDP per capita of $26,900, while Nigeria is underdeveloped country with GDP per capita of $5,900.

IS TURKEY DEVELOPED: Yes Turkey is a very beautiful country and they are at par with top European countries in terms of infrastructure.

ARE THERE NIGERIANS IN TURKEY? Yes there are Nigerians in every part of the world including Turkey. I think Nigerians, Indians, Chinese and Philipino people are the most traveled people on earth. There is no country I visited that I didn't meet citizens of these countries. The first time i visited Cambodia i wasn't expecting to see Nigerian there. I was in Vietnam to shop for shoes and clothes, got everything i wanted in Vietnam within 3 weeks so I decided to spend the remaining 6 days to see what Cambodia looks like since it is just 30 minutes by air. Omo the moment i landed in Phnom Penh i saw dozens of Nigerians in every street shop/bar in Cambodia. What really surprised me was that most of the bars and lounges were playing Nigerian music only. But anyways this article is about Turkey.

ARE THERE JOBS FOR NIGERIANS IN TURKEY? There is no high paying jobs for Nigerians and black Africans in Turkey. Most Nigerians in Turkey are self-employed. The only available job is to work as a sales boy/girl in a shop/boutique and the salary is about $100 or $200 monthly which is not enough to pay your bills so if you are planning to travel to Turkey for high paying jobs i will advise you to think twice unless you want to join the thousands of jobless/frustrated Nigerians in Turkey. Many Africans are scammed and promised high paying jobs in Turkey. Few months ago I met a Ghanaian lady in Istanbul, her name is Akos (Not Her Real Name for security). Akos owned a beauty salon in Accra but wanted to travel to Germany. When her German visa was refused her girlfriend in Turkey told her to come to Turkey because there are high paying jobs all over Turkey and that the salary was 2,000 euro monthly. Well Akos raised money and joined her friend in Turkey. But when she got to Turkey she realized that her friend lied to her, there were no such jobs in Turkey and she was doing prostitution. At first Akos didn't want to sell her body for money, so she decided to do menial jobs, the only jobs she could get was shop attendant, even to get those small jobs the Turkish bosses had to sleep with you, most times in your anus, yeah coz they have no regard for the blacks. This is simlar story for many black girls in Turkey. As a part time blogger I usually interview some of the black girls in Turkey each time I visit. From my estimation, 80% of black African girls in Turkey are doing prostitution. So if you are a 9ja girl/boy and someone is telling you to migrate to Turkey for high paying jobs just know that the person is a terrible liar. I have even stopped advising Nigerians because they won't listen, most times they will question why you wanna stop them from traveling.

VISA REQUIREMENTS: Nigerian passport holders need visa to enter Turkey. But as a Nigerian, if you have visa or passport of the following countries then you do not need visa to enter Turkey, you get visa on arrival in Turkey. The countries are UK, USA, Australia and Western European countries.

HOW TO GET TURKISH VISA IN NIGERIA: THE ADDRESS OF TURKISH EMBASSY IN NIGERIA is: 5, Amazon Street, (Minister’s Hill), Maitama, Abuja. Phone: +2348036848981 Fax: (09)4139457

TYPES OF TURKISH VISA: Tourist Visa, Student Visa or Business Visa.
Turkey Visa Requirements

Valid Nigerian Passport (with validity of more than 90 days)
A Duly filled visa application form
Your Passport photos
Your visa supporting documents.
Your recent bank statements to proof your financial capacity
Proof of health insurance
Visa processing fee (varies depending on the type of visa you wanna apply).

HOW MUCH IS THE TURKISH VISA FEE?
Turkey Visa Type Visa Fee
Turkey Tourist Visa 100 USD
Turkey Student Visa 80 USD
Turkey Business Visa 120 USD
Turkey Transit Visa 20 USD
From the above types of visa you will easily identify which type of visa that applies to you and the appropriate fees to be paid.

WHICH AIRLINES FLY TO TURKEY? All of the world's major airlines fly to Turkey such as Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Qantas, Qatar, Ethiopian, British Airways, Air France, KLM, VIRGIN, Lufthansa etc. Most times I fly either Turkish Airways or Emirates.
Turkish Airlines fly direct to Istanbul from either Lagos Airport, Abuja Airport or Port Harcourt International Airport. EMIRATES is fine but they go to Dubai first before connecting to Istanbul using another aircraft. So I will advise that you use Turkish Airlines because they fly direct from Nigeria to Turkey and their baggage allowance is second to none, plus their airplanes are relatively new.

TRAVEL TIME: From Nigeria to Turkey by air using Turkish Airlines is 6:20 hours.

WHERE TO STAY IN TURKEY: It depends on what brought you to Turkey. If you are going to Turkey for Tourism, these are the best cities for Tourism in Turkey:

Kabak Bay. ...
Butterfly Valley. ...
Patara. ...
Princes' Island. ...
Cappadocia. ...
Hagia Sophia Museum. ...
Mount Nemrut. ...
The City Of Ephesus....


FOR TOURISTS, THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST RATED HOTELS IN TURKEY WITH THEIR PRICES IN NAIRA, PER NIGHT:
Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet: 350,000 NAIRA
Delphin Imperial Hotel Lara: 105,000 NAIRA
White House Hotel Istanbul: NGN 62,000
Raffles Istanbul: 140,000 NAIRA
Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet: 160,000 NAIRA
Hotel Sultania: NGN 60,341
Swissotel The Bosphorus, Istanbul: NGN 79,141
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa - Istanbul Tuzla: NGN 30,042
Hotel Amira Istanbul: 60,000 NAIRA
Rixos Pera Istanbul: 58,000 NAIRA
The Marmara Taksim; 45,000 NAIRA
Pera Palace Hotel: 75,000 NAIRA
Hampton By Hilton Istanbul Kayasehir; 28,000 NAIRA
DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul Topkapi; 22,000 NAIRA
Sura Hagia Sophia Hotel: 65,000 NAIRA
Elite World Hotel $55,000

No matter which Turkish city you have chosen for Tourism, please DO NOT forget Marmaris in Muğla Province and thank me later. In Marmaris please stay at Grand Yatci Marmaris Palace or Grand Yatci Club Turban and please get the ALL INCLUSIVE DEAL which includes airfare, accommodation, food, drinks, wine etc. I have stayed in both hotels with my family and we love it.

FOR BUSINESS: If you are traveling to Turkey for business, then Istanbul is the answer. and in Istanbul, Osmanbey, Laleli and Merter is where you will find all kinds of wholesale fashion such as ladies and gents shoes, bags, belts, sneakers, suits, football boots.

FOR FURNITURE: Masko is where you will find all kinds of WORLD CLASS furniture from $3,000 set to $100,000 per set. People come to Masko from all parts of the world to shop for Highest Quality Turkish Furniture. Here is a youtube video of some of the sofas we recently imported from Turkey.

AFRICAN FOODS: Aksaray is where you find Nigerian and African restaurants. There are other cities to eat 9ja food but i prefer Aksaray.

CARGO/SHIPPING COMPANIES: Aksaray is where most Nigeria/Africa cargo companies are located.

There are different kinds of hotels all over Turkey ranging from cheap, budget and classy/expensive hotels.
THESE ARE SOME OF THE CHEAPEST HOSTELS IN ISTANBUL, they are all $10 per night:
Taxim Hostel - Adults Only
Windrose Hostel
Levanten Hostel
Bella Vista Hostel
Erciyes Hotel
Avrasya Hostel
Stay Inn Taksim Hostel

I am sure you know the difference between a hotel and a hostel? You will share toilet & bath with other people. SO for your own comfort, security and privacy, it is better to stay in $50 per night hotels such as Prins Hotel etc.

WHAT TO IMPORT FROM TURKEY TO NIGERIA/AFRICA? Turkey manufactures all kinds of quality goods. There are lots of top quality goods to choose from but these are some of the most popular goods i procure for people: Furniture for home, hotel or office, Security/Steel Doors, Bullet Proof Doors, POP Cement, 3D Wall Papers, 3D Wall Panels, Curtains, Bedsheets, Baby Wipes, Diapers, Household Items, Tiles, Rugs, Carpets, Shisha, Rechargeable Fans, Water Pumping Machines, Air Condition Unit, anything fashion, ladies and gents clothes, shoes or accessories. People even order little things such as blue eyes which Turkish people wear as a fashion accessory but many Nigerian girls believe that wearing blue eyes attracts good luck and rich men.


HOW MAY I HELP YOU?
1. I am open for contracts and partnerships.
2. I can connect you to manufacturers and or wholesalers in Turkey.
3. I can source or procure any goods or services from Turkey for you or your company
4. If you buy the goods by yourself, I can help you with logistics, I can ship your goods from Turkey to Nigeria @ 4 dollars per kilo. I also ship to Ghana, Cameroon, Gambia, Ethiopia and Kenya.

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by Kingdeen1(m): 9:29am On Mar 16
I will like to know about this please
babakb:
I don't want to hear anything importation, importers are still living in the past, I rather export agricultural products and earn foreign currency.

Nigerians are not serious, we are not ready to make real and lasting money.
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by Kingdeen1(m): 9:37am On Mar 16
iykbethany:
Video of Me buying Shoes for clients:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-I_GKtgQdI

Is that not a retail store?
Are u no sopos to buy from wholesales store, it will be cheaper there
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 12:12pm On Mar 16
Kingdeen1:
How can you post all this article without your whatsap number ���

You can connect with me on Facebook, Twitter etc. My social Media handle is iykbethany
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 12:15pm On Mar 16
Kingdeen1:


Is that not a retail store?
Are u no sopos to buy from wholesales store, it will be cheaper there

I buy from factories and wholesalers
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by dreaonit: 3:35am On Mar 17
Can you compare goods and quality of life in vietnam to turkey?
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 2:32pm On Mar 17
dreaonit:
Can you compare goods and quality of life in Vietnam to turkey?

I import from both Vietnam, Turkey, Hong Kong, UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Dubai etc so I am qualified to answer you.

In Asia I prefer Vietnam products especially shoes and clothes than China because Vietnam manufacturers are not ready to reduce quality because most of their products are for USA and EU markets. That does not mean you wont find dishonest people in VN because they are everywhere. If you buy shoes in any shop in Europe or USA it is likely made in Vietnam.

However, Turkey products are superior to Vietnam goods and they are more expensive also. I used to manufacture baby wipes and diapers in Turkey but most Nigerians find them expensive so instead of going to China I now import baby wipes and diapers from Vietnam and the quality is very good and affordable too.

The advantage Turkey has over Vietnam is the fact that Turkey is a much larger and richer country with unlimited products ready for export. Many Nigerian homes you will find made in Turkey POP cement or wall paper or 3D panels, steel doors, curtains, furniture, electronics, tiles, marbles, the list is endless. While in Vietnam is mostly fashion and baby wipes.

QUALITY OF LIFE? Turkey is well-developed country with same infrastructure standard as any rich European country.

Vietnam is third world country but they are seriously developing their infrastructure. Once you land in Vietnam you know you are in a third world country. For example, if you go to church on Sunday or factory over 90% of the people come to work with bicycles because car is damn expensive in Vietnam. Unlike in Turkey where they use latest 2019 Mercedes Benz for uber.

I hope this helps.
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by dreaonit: 4:08pm On Mar 17
iykbethany:


I import from both Vietnam, Turkey, Hong Kong, UK, USA, Germany, Japan, Dubai etc so I am qualified to answer you.

In Asia I prefer Vietnam products especially shoes and clothes than China because Vietnam manufacturers are not ready to reduce quality because most of their products are for USA and EU markets. That does not mean you wont find dishonest people in VN because they are everywhere. If you buy shoes in any shop in Europe or USA it is likely made in Vietnam.

However, Turkey products are superior to Vietnam goods and they are more expensive also. I used to manufacture baby wipes and diapers in Turkey but most Nigerians find them expensive so instead of going to China I now import baby wipes and diapers from Vietnam and the quality is very good and affordable too.

The advantage Turkey has over Vietnam is the fact that Turkey is a much larger and richer country with unlimited products ready for export. Many Nigerian homes you will find made in Turkey POP cement or wall paper or 3D panels, steel doors, curtains, furniture, electronics, tiles, marbles, the list is endless. While in Vietnam is mostly fashion and baby wipes.

QUALITY OF LIFE? Turkey is well-developed country with same infrastructure standard as any rich European country.

Vietnam is third world country but they are seriously developing their infrastructure. Once you land in Vietnam you know you are in a third world country. For example, if you go to church on Sunday or factory over 90% of the people come to work with bicycles because car is damn expensive in Vietnam. Unlike in Turkey where they use latest 2019 Mercedes Benz for uber.

I hope this helps.
Am sure Nigerians are into business/hustle in vietnam too. Fashion and wears are best in vietnam. Turkey has good and popular brands
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 7:56pm On Mar 17
dreaonit:

Am sure Nigerians are into business/hustle in vietnam too. Fashion and wears are best in vietnam. Turkey has good and popular brands

Ofcourse, there are lots of Nigerians in both Turkey and Vietnam. And theres no high paying job for blacks in both countries unless you want to open your own business
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by Tobexin(m): 8:36pm On Mar 17
Nice one brother! I also assist people to source for goods and export them to Nigeria from United Kingdom anybody in need of my service or assistant can reach me . My WhatsApp and call contact is +447311752478
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 5:39pm On Mar 20
Tobexin:
Nice one brother! I also assist people to source for goods and export them to Nigeria from United Kingdom anybody in need of my service or assistant can reach me . My WhatsApp and call contact is +447311752478

Which UK mobile operator uses 073? Whats the name of your network provider?
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by Tobexin(m): 6:38pm On Mar 20
iykbethany:


Which UK mobile operator uses 073? Whats the name of your network provider?
3 network
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 9:15pm On Mar 20
Tobexin:
3 network
Okay.
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by anihsheltermode(f): 3:09pm On Mar 23
For Turkey and China Importation, buying foreign fashionable items for both Kids and Adults at Manufacturer's wholesales prices, then private chat me via Whatsapp on 08085941033, then I will add you to our Whatsapp group where we buy as a family.

Are you a boutique owner and you need a reliable supplier, then you are in the right place.

Are you outside Lagos, you need a trusted and tested Supplier that will deliver your goods to you at Nationwide and even to African countries.

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Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by gammarays(m): 9:35am On Mar 26
iykbethany:
Here is me buying Designer BAGS for customers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ncjDfsfJYk
Good, kindly assist with prices of cheap quality bags.
Price should include tfare to Owerri or pH
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by iykbethany(m): 8:00pm On Mar 26
gammarays:

Good, kindly assist with prices of cheap quality bags.
Price should include tfare to Owerri or pH

I have quality bags and shoes in both Owerri and Port Harcourt but with this Coronavirus outbreak I will advise that you wait for 2 weeks. I will advise everyone to be cautious and not move around this period bc the virus moves with people. If you stay in your house the virus will not come there. I'm on self isolation for now
Re: How To Import Goods From Turkey (clothes, Shoes, Bags, Furniture, Steel Doors) by gammarays(m): 8:50pm On Mar 26
iykbethany:


I have quality bags and shoes in both Owerri and Port Harcourt but with this Coronavirus outbreak I will advise that you wait for 2 weeks. I will advise everyone to be cautious and not move around this period bc the virus moves with people. If you stay in your house the virus will not come there. I'm on self isolation for now
Ok no problem

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